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Just how tough is Steven Seagal, really?

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    Re: John Leguizamo - these may have been posted before in this monstrosity of a thread. Or not.




    As for walking doubles, the impression I get is that SS's DTV movies are shot in a hurry, the producers won't pay for reshoots with the stars and they don't always manage to get all the footage they need when Seagal is there. Not that he can't walk or get out of a car, or whatever (he obviously can). He can also still do fight scenes when he wants to (though slower and fatter) - see Renegade Justice for a recent example.

    The JCVD/Dolph fight rumour was a publicity stunt. Both say it never actually happened - they were asked about it around the time that the most recent Unisol movie came out. Dolph was amused that people still believed it. The interview was on YouTube back then...

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      Ha thank you for that one Larus. Thought I'd heard it somewhere, always thought John was a pretty nice guy and a good actor. As for the JCVD/Dolph fight thing, yeah I'd heard that too though never watched the youtube vid and got the info from reading over the internet so... Not the most reliable way of getting info.

      I believe its a good possibility that this may be the case regarding the recent Segal movies though my honest take on the matter, which may come off as a little childish, is that Segal uses body doubles to hide the weight problems in his movies.

      Though honestly I couldn't tell you, I haven't watched many Segal movies but of the personal thoughts on the fellow. I'm just going by what I watched in those vid reviews which, again, I recommend checking out as they have a few chunks of trivia on the fellow and his dealings.
      "BJJ!!! Guard can't protect you from collapsing gym roof, tough guy!" - W. Rabbit

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        Steven Seagal movies make me wanna take Aikido.

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